Regency Residence **
Al Sad –Doha, Qatar
Full Name: Adli Bahjet Yousef Haddad.
Date of Birth: October 31st, 1979.
Place of Birth: Zarqa, Jordan.
Marital Status: Married.
Mechanical engineer with about 14+ years of experience in maintenance works for a variety of equipment ranging from turbo machinery to heavy vehicles technology including overhauling of main components like engine and transmission and rebuilding the whole vehicle. My job also included preventive maintenance works and inspection. Also, have an excellent experience in reading hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical schematics and use them in troubleshooting. Possesses a Master degree in Mechanical Engineering/applied mechanics and completed a 40-hour course in PMP at the university of Jordan, all while working a full time job. Impeccable written and verbal communication skills and excellent interpersonal skills. I also acquired 15 different certifications in different work related areas among them a UNIVERSAL air conditioning and refrigeration technician from USA.
Technical and personal Skills:
Engine, Transmission, pumps, and fuel Systems troubleshooting and overhauling.
Ladder logic and control circuits knowledge and troubleshooting.
Hydraulic and pneumatic systems knowledge and troubleshooting.
Turbo machinery knowledge and troubleshooting.
Electrical systems knowledge and troubleshooting.
AC and DC electrical machinery knowledge and troubleshooting.
Works well in diverse environments.
Strong decision maker.
Strong communications skill.
High computer skills.
Maintenance Mechanical Engineer
Jordan Armed Forces / Royal Maintenance Corps 26 April 2006 to 10 October 2018
•I was responsible to manage and to make sure that all maintenance jobs i.e. Breakdown, Preventive, Predictive, and Proactive maintenance actions, related to heavy vehicles, both wheeled and tracked, were conducted correctly and according to the specified standards.
•Troubleshot and maintained heavy vehicles and their components.
•Conducted overhauling works for main components of the vehicle like engines, transmissions, and electrical assemblies like alternators and starter motors.
•Led a professional team of inspectors and Inspected all types of equipment and vehicles of Jordan Armed Forces Formations.
•Deployed as a border guards Brigade workshop commander and was responsible for managing the maintenance of all equipment and vehicles at service (about 500 different types of vehicles during extreme conditions of war time) and was responsible for 101 technicians.
•I was able to reduce the dead lined vehicles number to only 4 vehicles and maintained that level.
•I was responsible for managing the logistics related for spare parts and I was responsible for middle size warehouse.
•I was the only officer in 2010 who was able to deal with newly deployed FMTV -American made vehicles – in the army, and I trained a group of engineers and technicians up to excellent level, as well as, trained them to read and work using hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical schematics.
•I was the only officer who could troubleshoot and maintain the hydraulic systems of the FMTV recovery vehicles.
•I am the first officer who conducted a rebuild for a whole FMTV vehicle that had an accident after declining a request of sending the vehicle to scrap.
•I am the first officer who did a complete overhauling for both caterpillar engine (C7 and 3126) and transmission (Allison N37) of the FMTV vehicles.
•Excellent knowledge of different types of catalogues both paper and electronic versions, especially Technical Manuals of US Army, Fed logs, Japanese made vehicles, and English made vehicles.
•My job also included understanding the psychology of my subordinates and motivating them to increase their production. (Leadership Role).
•Kept a clear and updated documentation of everything related to my job like maintenance works, reports, summaries, logistics (spare parts), recovery plan (war time), procurements, and human resources.
•I am certified from The United States of America as UNIVERSAL technician as required by 40 CFR Part 82, Subpart F
March 14, 2011.
•Troubleshooting and maintaining power generation units.
•On the managerial level I held the following positions during my service:
1.Detachment Commander/Royal Tank Battalion.
2.2nd staff officer Military Vehicles Acts and Their Groups Planning/ Prince Faisal Main Workshops.
3.Vehicles and Equipment Maintenance Commander/ Vehicles and Equipment of Brigade/ Deputy.
4.Controlling Groups Quality Chief of Section/ Prince Faisal Main Workshops.
5.2nd staff officer Disciplinary Inspection/ Royal Maintenance Crops Command.
6.Quality Control So1 / royal Maintenance Corps Command.
Maintenance Mechanical Engineer
General Investment Co. Ltd. Zarqa-Jordan 1 September 2004 to 26 April 2006
•I was responsible to manage and to make sure that all maintenance jobs i.e. Breakdown, Preventive, Predictive, and Proactive maintenance actions, related to beverage factory facilities and manufacturing lines, were conducted correctly and according to the specified standards.
•I was a part of a team of maintenance for a production line for beverages.
•I came directly after the maintenance manager.
•I was responsible for maintaining and inspection of a whole utility unit that contains two steam boilers, Air compressor units that supply pneumatic systems of the factory, two industrial refrigeration systems, water softeners, pumping station, and CO2 production facility.
•I conducted all the maintenance works both mechanical and electrical for a variety of equipment
•I worked with ladder logic control circuits.
•I had exposure to PLC technology.
•I conducted overhauling works for different types of water pumps.
•I participated in the design and building of a cooling tower to enhance the work of the refrigeration system.
•I conducted the building and maintenance works of industrial piping systems.
•I had exposure to building a whole new system of silos including the physical building of the silos, the conveying line and the whole control system which was led by German experts.
Mechanical Engineering Trainee
Jordan Petroleum Refinery Co. Ltd. Zarqa-Jordan 31 May 2003 to 31 May 2004
•I conducted one-year mechanical engineering training at the maintenance department.
•The training program included both maintenance management and hands on maintenance works for static and rotating equipment.
•I had an excellent exposure and practiced maintenance works by hands to a huge variety of turbomachinery equipment while being supervised by expert technicians.
•I had a hands on approach to metal machining processes.
•I conducted troubleshooting and overhauling works for diesel engines.
•I had exposure to overhauling and maintenance of industrial equipment like lathes and milling machines.
•I conducted troubleshooting for hydraulic systems.
•I participated in a whole unit shutdown and gained experience in maintenance works for piping systems, pressure vessels, and heat exchangers.
•I had exposure to the installation of catalyst reactors.
•I had lectures on the theory and technical aspects of different equipment in use in oil industry.
•I had exposure to the inspection process for different equipment and installations.
•I had exposure to the non-destructive tests (NDT).
•I conducted maintenance works in the electrical energy generating station and had exposure to the overhaul process of steam turbines, and a large scale diesel engine used as in electricity generation as an alternative method.
•I had exposure to gas turbines technical aspects.
•I had exposure to fork-lift maintenance and troubleshooting.
January 14, 2019
M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering /Applied Mechanics - The University of Jordan, Amman-Jordan
July 1, 2002
Bachelor degree of mechanical engineering /Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology -Technical College of Baghdad, Baghdad-Iraq
The University of Jordan
40 hours training course in
Project Management Professional (PMP)
30/10/2017 to 16/11/2017
JAF Logistics MTT Phase III
September 10 – September 21, 2017 Jordan.
JAF Logistics MTT Phase II
July 9 – July 20, 2017 Jordan.
ACO Combat Readiness Evaluation (CREVAL) Course for Land Forces
February 27- March 3, 2017 Germany.
15 weeks of On-the job Training (OJT) on the M1089A1 Wrecker Recovery Vehicle
October 30-January 31, 2013
March 4 – March 15, 2012
United States Army
Utilities Equipment Repairer 720-91C10-009
February 7 – May 2, 2011
United States of America
Department of Defense
Environmental Protection Agency
DoD EPA Certification Program for processing chlorofluorocarbon and halon chlorofluorocarbon refrigerants in accordance with Section 608, CAA 1990, and have been certified as a UNIVERSAL technician as required by 40 CFR Part 82, Subpart F
March 14, 2011
United States Army
Ordnance Mechanical Maintenance School
Operation of refrigerant recovery and recycle equipment in accordance with Section 609 of the Clean Air Act of 1990.
February 28, 2011
120 HRS field level maintenance training course modified for the FMTV A1 Wrecker Series Vehicles
MSD/IETM, Hydraulic Systems, Wrecker Operations, CTIS/Axle Maintenance and Electrical Systems Troubleshooting and Preventive Maintenance Checks & Services (PMCS)
October 8, 2010
Jordan Armed Forces:
English Language, October 8, 2009
Vehicle Recovery Operations, January 21, 2007
ICDL, October 17 - November 7, 2006
Maintenance Detachment Leadership, November 19, 2006
NATO Operational Capabilities Evaluator:
OCC E&F Evaluator Training Course
Arabic: (mother tongue)
English: (excellent speaking, reading, and writing)
General computer skills
AutoCAD course included in college syllabus (beginner level)
MATLAB (beginner level)
Maple (beginner level)